If you have seasonal, pet, or food allergies, you are probably well aware of the telltale symptoms such as sneezing, watery eyes, runny nose, itchy skin, and in the case of food allergies, gastrointestinal symptoms such as abdominal pain and diarrhea.
While these are the most common symptoms, other, more uncommon manifestations can develop. These include alterations in your teeth, gum tissue, and bones that support your teeth that may negatively affect your dental implants.
As a parent who is concerned with your kids' dental health, you may put a lot of effort into teaching your little ones to brush their teeth for two minutes at a time at least twice per day. You may encourage them to floss regularly and swish with kid-safe mouthwash. However, did you know that what they eat may be having a big impact on their dental health? A poor diet plan can negate the effects of a great oral health care plan.